|Oracle8i Application Developer's Guide - XML
Release 3 (8.1.7)
Part Number A86030-01
Using Internet File System (iFS) to Build XML Applications, 11 of 11
To configure iFS, you can write XML to customize the file system. For example, a feature of Oracle iFS SDK is the ability to subclass files and folders. If you need to identify your XML-based purchase orders as a separate type of file for your applications, you can define an iFS subclass. Creating this subclass is as simple as:
These types of configuration files remove the need to write complicated scripts to deploy an application. Instead, you drag and drop all the necessary files, including the XML configuration files, into the new iFS instance.